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, but officers were in a gun battle with a former u.s. marine who had three pistols and a death wish. neighbors and firefighters got caught in the crossfire and ran for cover. >> just shocked. you never expect to hear that many bullet rounds in a period of 10 seconds. it was 70, 80 rounds. >> reporter: jer jeremy swung open the door of his home and opened fire on two santa cruz police officers in plain clothes. they lay dying on the doorstep but were able to call for help on the radio. he took their guns and fled. he also stole their unmarked police car and ditched it a half block away and started jumping backyard fences. when officers caught up with him, he opened fire first with a gun in each hand. the officers returned fire, and he died in a hail of bullets. he was wearing body armor. it's unclear if he got the vest from the trunk of the police car. >> there's no doubt in anyone's mind that the officers that engaged him stopped an imminent threat to the community and neutralized that problem before it reached out and harmed the people that we're sworn to protect. >> reporter: the memorial g
of distress, except for the radio transmission, which are compelling evidence enough for us to continue searching. >> also complicating things, the family on the boat provided gps cured that coordinates. >>> police issued an arrest warrant today for 26-year-old amar harris. he is suspected of killing rapper, kenneth cherry, an oakland native of thursday. cherry's car slammed into a taxi, causing it to burst into flames. the search for harris expanded to include south carolina, georgia, and florida. >>> a local oyster farm is catching a break from its long running battle with the federal government. drake bay oyster company won a court order to stay in business. they bring in a third of the state's oyster protection, but operates on federal land. the next hearing is scheduled for the week of may 15. david jackson has more on this in a live report on wpix5 at 11:00. >>> the time is running out, there are just four more days until massive budget cuts kick in. so far, congress and the president can't seem to make a deal. the cbs reporter, major garrett, on how all of us could soon feel th
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looking for this man, jeremy, a friend tells us he had been feeling depressed and had suicidal thoughts, saying he felt helpless. he told his friends, quote, if i'm going down, i'm going down hard. and the friend told us that he was possibly involved in a love triangle. he was involved with another woman that was at the house when her significant other came home. that's when a domestic violence call came out and the police responded to that. this is according to the print. the neighborhood is safe. they are wrapping up their house to house search and should be opening up the street in a couple of hours. live in nta cruz, kpix5. >> a lot of people associate santa cruz with the board walk and they know the area that way, but give us a sense for those of us who don't know that community as well as maybe you do. what impact has this incident had on the town of santa cruz? >> i can tell you i went to school here for four years at uc santa cruz. it is a very small, tight knit town. you can get the sense of a small-town community. the officers at the most, they probably have half a dozen on
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